CFP: STAGE Postgraduate Conference Extended Deadline

Seen on Classicists (please send any responses to the folks mentioned in the quoted text, not to rogueclassicism!):

STAGE, the Postgraduate Classical Association of the Universities of St Andrews, Glasgow and Edinburgh, announces its annual Postgraduate Conference for 2010 to be held on the 13th of February at the University of Edinburgh, and invites the submission of abstracts.

The conference will be held on the 13th of February in the David Hume Tower. Location details and campus maps can be found here: http://www.shc.ed.ac.uk/classics/contact

Registration begins at 10AM and would anyone interested in participating please email STAGECONFERENCE2010 AT GMAIL.COM or click REPLY with the word ATTEND in the subject box to give us an idea of numbers. Details to follow soon.

The purpose of the STAGE conference is to allow postgraduates in Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology in the UK and Europe to interact and exchange ideas, get feedback on their work in a receptive and low-pressure environment, and develop future directions for research. We welcome proposals for 20-minute papers making developed arguments, as well as for posters summarising developing research. It is our hope that postgraduates at all stages of their degrees will attend.

Abstracts for papers should be no longer than 200 words and should outline the paper?s argument. Proposals for posters should be no longer than 100 words and should describe what will be presented. In either case, applicants should also include details of their current degree, including institution, supervisor, and research topic. Papers and posters in any area of Classics, Ancient History or Archaeology are welcome. All proposals should be sent within the body of an email to stageconference2010

Visit our BLOG at http://stageconference2010.blogspot.com/ or
our FACEBOOK group at http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?tid=1295380620681#/group.php?gid=165325592546

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